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Day (Newspaper) - April 14, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY AT SIX y or ou Moblc Stand in and i i Celtit iTTU to which I K cveial of the distinguished IT i Id arc u ill Mr S MILLER Nil J I i i K Pi T T IV v J vVi I i arul r LIA i the hoinir conferred upon placid me in ilia Dircctum of aloiiL1 be equalled by the satisfaction prou tlie appeal which I to bv such a number of the T Inosv tliciiils Mholiaie been so singularly 1 tuiIicicMtiv express my ftel the cent te1 y zcul and in the pertuim in tber have hiviour to Ladies and f in i i iilvVN Ol illi 1SLC Ui Cl f nn tin Sicrription is ojin i t hv the i i lust the oi be are a of the distress 1 ea u the frcliujs of a lu u no iuubi iuiiee to liberal a unll ten i iiiiuf t of and f a yery ifi aud thirty n nnrar Is f i his coUas a all household viuri v r ivt d ii B poor vrilU ten a liijini an cha i icail of and one euUi and injnrod a pUOl CI l 171 With three and r wis bv ef e was a miius line a 1 am u lour ef was n with w tlie eatireU y of o To upper room with Ihcii a culf A fi thirty hoiiri without i ot ieinc eo to be by Es i i a Ii CJ aud C at ibc siTcra in lie f and IWP and tle i Luiljptelnll by Dare awl ui sMvci unil by Slark aad nhuiu further particuUis aud cases of iiinimtis of the principal In nt this and ils cun tur the of takina tin of opposing a Uill nor a in the Chair 1 tlie mea Ai i rurrild be ui li of its that il therefoiv the impr l to use possiole in the T5ili prsmi into a a Committee should into i C was JEOUGE That the thanks of to the CbairmLiii for his abLeon to inspect and dis uf Airaham 1 hrineaboHt tu dcclarf i all rsons having any in tlicr they luiviexecuted the Deed an of Mrli to i lt1 order that the amounts ascertained PtATlCE ti the T Tu i ID n Unree of the Kigh Ciurt a whftrvin anPhinlilis JACKS liv Si one of sinl at on Moii the ami in Three COPYHOLD si tin Parish and in crniulv of id from 1 acns of r i sliiiiii for Ktaiiinc sLsbles also the lU i the of Sa fx In J iire the bfst p red x f ny jl Tai j it thf Ch tjiciry i j i SALES BY Sub A stantial brickbuilt JJU EIXINGHOlSE and with a tiiirlceiibnshd near purcluuscr may ensure 8 pir cent hi Particulars inquire of Auc Port sin nut APRIL HALF for or unfur or the LEASE to be or on moderate sizid three doors from in Cppcr BcrkcKy ucar in excellent numerous will the fjach house it ot superior of illnvs anci Oxford or Jouis ant ST By HE LEASE of containing room on a witb suitable ami requisite and Til kits to Uc had of f O J IK IE LEASi of H vtry tonvtrnmt HOUSE fcriVHEKs wiili ntuattij at theVtet ui tlir Tuwji tuc Premises in joud aivi iurmctiintc will be tirui sixteen years Parliculais alpiT to By TO a consist in j of a housekeeper1 four best aud fuar with walled kitchen sloping to the riveV three acres of particulars and Tickets to view may lie bad of Wei Caven Sudlmrv near HaiTuu By a contain poiind an breakfast housekeepers water launiin iiii tin first four best bedrooms anil ilreiflintcclusets on the spcuml four and double stair case with a double fourstall vari ous a and about six acres of Further and Tic U to view may be bad of No Au elegant ThreeroonuHi near Port By IN7 elegant Threeroomed with entrance Jtone portico fitted finished in a superior and replete with all domestic attached and with excellent stHhlis for live and donble The wbich is and adapted to the nearly furnished by one of the first houses in to be taken at a valuation some excellent and a small library of books may be Particulars and Tickets to apply by letter with real to Mr which will be at leiiled ant Threeroomed By Most substantial Brick MATsSION situate and bimtr on the east side of Hi comprising three and four elegant rooms on a id tll attached ami iktatJicd nlriccs of cTery double and sis stall with spacimls principal and secon dary stone tilted up and finished in a superior stvc df uitahle fora fmnily of which is both modern and the Imlia iiiii a cellar of choice may be The arc hi id fur a of 64 at a jier aiinunFor Particulars In real to To be iih from by Tick ts By N dtant in a re markably dry healthy in complete re a china mans and on the jrrouiu tliior IIVL beilivonts and dressiujroom up detached with appropriate rooms for servants and with thrcesirM and granary ami with every ivquisite am excel lent garden with summer and abundance of good water both indoors and with about ten acres of productive land and handsomely wherein there is a good The land and tithe free to and from London every nud watercarriage twice a Distance fram Hyde Park Corner 17 miles Fo harriers ia the Immediate may be PaVticuiurs piy to No cr by letter poet paid to James THE L ivitli a an u nl Kcln in fitI hrai i from the Ii p a frtuit heu fM a t motcrntc z11 far A 13y EASK of adesirurle a threestall ivullcd iu capital roiuii and stocked with ral liable 1mittrees picavnntly siturttcd on the north Ride of t aid at an agreeable distance Tiie house a good drawiufj three tvvo senants hark aud other convenfent nn nf from Ladyuny at a tnilivrt may he immediately her by applying to At liis of GHEAT great in being able to an i JL Boiitie to the and be after iiicurrins expence in the employ o the and aided by local A ASSEMBLAGE Ol TOWN PRINTED Of fixed and immmnbo for their itMrh arc alapteul to the present mode oi it rumjines every of the most exquisite and rlcjfaiit aai pattcrus from the Pa s autl Asiatic Taste and dispiays an iuhnitc vaficty of ncii Caraaik Printed in Blue Celcstf and Royal and other for Dining rlreakfsst with Bcirders fiir Cliair to tind an cxtcnsivr of Piain of fast colours and Plrvin Bordered and for the varied irjjoses of elegant the above to the cf the tccls cunlident the supirior quality ol bis and the very lotv price he a Manu and to charge 1 opes shall a of tiat pitroDEjc it has Ijcen his aaibiiiou to A fresh auppiy of the Maniifartory bosecu cTtrJr atms ulniTt I we alaa balance oi tuiii yea n is a ceptal Famiiy rooms on u substantially and finished in the fitted up with stone and statuary If ttir fixtures ond elegant furniture to be at a Farther aud Ticktts to of COALS at i MiUCASTLU COALS at tho above vi ry reduced price shooting ami nictate rxctptfdj for reaily The Proprietor resptctfully rrconinitinJ the us more than a few at present to maVe enily application for Orders at and at per mile extra off allowed oi Pve I tlnguisuing tiie irate j tuovrj an humble to j his lie Uiii before I the Ilonse certain to the IStiTigabion of Agried IO Sir FRANCIS lieiird that a verv i tha projHity of tin1 lor i i i j i taiH in luld in cf lie JEW the last Ipcia of otlhe must aimired as for first at rie late Theatre on thr to the Compusd by he ut Laveime New uf the ancl at all the principal he n itd Httiichc to tin i wirli to he rcaii a COlid 0 a for lo a ju d 10 Ue veuil line VAZETTE from the opposite side of the whether i rt there was any foundation For tinreport h j lie had and if there declanu his iu to bring the subject before tiie Lor said he ur with uij Mich ion as riiat to which the ijaroet had I that acCuvt cf to Lord yard ind sonny a FAMilV wit double f niiit twenty acres of land in a i ii The of a tuc small larjjcstoue butlcijs ami en the oor and four best with on the Cist fljor six gouu brcrojms with closets on the second flour and a double Or the frcelioh may bo and Tickets to may be bae of Cat To TO be by the Worshipful Company ef on a fov twentyone from next thos vcjy extensive Prcniisei kitumted iu near the Girv late in the occupation of Messrs Nappcr npd same Will be let at a Genera Quarterly Court of the said nhich will be held ot their Kail in pa the 90th of April at twelve oclock to pay 2 clear of all except the latidloros property will be received sealed np attjie Clerks any clay be tween the heiirs of and previous to the Premises inny be viewed with the present April The landtax in T Day B avoid any misrepresentation respecting entitled to the looo this day to the Firstdiawi Prize above and which is shared by Sir Jaraes Eraiiscomb Hodges thinks it necessary to state to the that was the original Purchaser of that fortunate aud tfaok it out of the Bank on tlie 10th of February among twenty as appears by his indorsement on th and which he intended for a Correspondent in the country hut the Gentleman having a particular fancy for induced Hodges to it at the Hank for that tlodjea does not mean by this address to take from Sir James Eranscoinb the ho nour uf sharing the it but justice to himself to say he BRITISH APRIL SHAW presenttxl a Petition 3jninit the fijhjile Archway Rcferredto the Committee upou the said SHAW presented a Petition from the Lord llayor and Corporation of against the Dublin Paring Ordered to lie on the GRATTAN preseiued two Petuous from confined Debtors in praying for Sir JOHN NEWPORT moral ihst there be laid before the Copies of from the Lord Lieu tenant of Ireland to tlie Coinmis3ioncrs of the Customs iu in jiurauaiice cjf the recommendation of the Commissioners of and ako how far the same have been carried into EAST IXDIA Lord ARCHIBALD HAMILTON gave that it was his to jnng forward a founded on the Report of the Committee appointed to inquire into the diariosal of East ludia OH which occa sion lit should have particularly to notice the conduct of a Noble Lord Castlareaghj in ns Majestys Sir JOHN NmvpoiiT laoved for copies of in structions from the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland to the Commissioners of theCustoms in n pursuance of the recommendation of the Com aissiouurs of and how far the same lave been carried into ROSE moved for leave to bring in a Bill or the bettenregulating the WoollcM Manufac On the motion cf the Report of the Irish Militia Bill was postponed to Monday that an humble Address be puesented to hib that his Majesty would bo pleased to give that there lie laid before the House an account of the produce of the four and a half per duties collected in Barbadoesand the Lcevrard Islands for the lust twenty as paid into the listinguishiny each year with an ac count of the application Also for a copy of the by which per timmm was made payable out of the said duties to his Royal Highness the late Duke of Glou cester for the term oi his natural Agreed Lord OSSULSTON moved for a return ofal places and offices in the either in the gift ofthe or of any public office at home together with the names of the perhons fill such places and the nature of and the emoluments of the Also for a return of all offices in the colonies held by with their and an ac count of their After a few words from MARTIN moved that there be laid before the House an account of the balances which have accumulated iu the hands of the Registrar of the Hiyh Court of the Coiit cf Prize and beingthe properly of suitory in tlie above from the 5Ji of to the 5ti of but ndtt bren longer coactivtii for that wliich oil the Crown had been tlrcfrd to c port to the what Ltst he with He advised them to ie leased oi for the purpose oibui and hud put upon oatlftb estimate oil their Co arc honour to to rdsiijs dttiiil m oi the ncri i Koyal the and t r a IicinrtrTrfrqu tlu of tiie 1 oi the of the upn t of cur the mr paid for the land Sirf RANCIS that there be laid before copies uf the plans of tjic yround antl premises in and aUocooies of all the papers and liocuments relati YJ the and Hubkjsson ob jected to the on the ground that no no tice had of it which Sir Francis Burdett consented to withdraw his und jjave that he should bring it forward again Sir CHARLES complained of a bfeach of privilege committed by one of the ou his by in his own house and concluded with that Charles Butler do bti ordered to attend at the bar of the HousS after a fcvr observations on the impropriety of Suffering a Committeeto sit on the commercial without calling to the aid of that CooiniitttlS those Gen tlemen from their local knowledge and in tercourse with their were most likely to throw light upon the subjects which were to come underits and pressing his surprise that neither of the raem City theComrnTtfee that tvali to report upon the Irish Spirit though it was well known the dii trict they represented contained onethird of the whole distillery of Ireland ami concluded with tliat the Christopher Hely Hutch inson be added to the Committee eppoiutedf to inquire into the and 13aubackson Spirits iniported into or exported froan The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER op posed the HuTCHiNsox felt it his duty to say aJew having been named by the Gentle man below him after whichhe should and leave it to the House to decide how they thought As the Re presentative of the most commercial city in he thought his injured bv in the the I Signed a I have the hoacnr to transmit to von a report who coiuniatids the third containing the prfrliculars of his taking possession of Pierre with the capitulation agreed on between him and the Commandant of the National also copy of the summons by me I will receive your LieutenantColonel Barnes has executed this service with promptitude and I am perfectly his measures will be pro ductive of the best to tle public in that populous I have the honour to Signed His Excellency of is obedience to the orders I had honour to receive from proceeded the detachment of thC3d commanded by Major on board his Majesty sloops and the tHjapSWOre marcl ere marched the omission of Onethird of the whole distillery of Ireland centered in that part ot Ireland which he had the honour to re and certainly his constituents were dis posed to view with great jealousy any alterations that were likely to be made in the laws which affect that branch of their After Jetey from the I founda boy of the Militia immediiUoly sent Major ORonrke with aHag them tcnus on wiich their own j that of the town would be whicii I herewith the satisfaction to transmit to your Excellency tiie of the Chief bv sea anil I cannot concluiLe itJinut von with the very iid active e o Major orderJy conduct of tiie detachment f and of availing myself of this af pressing my to Captains King of the Koyal I feel much pleiuure in braring tliu very active attention of Captain Df of the QuarterMasterGeneral and Barrack in taking possession of the EaTa a well as in an inventnrv of oni in takm Likewise to the of charge nf all concerns re lating to the medical nu and of Lieuc of th a few the Member with A desultory conversation in which Peter Lord Htnry and took and tiie Chancellor of the Exchequer with drew his on the understanding that no objection would be made to the introduction of two new Members into the After a few words from 1 ARCHIBALD HA Parnells Motion was put and car for leave to lay their ing in a Bill for the more convenient cf the Compassionate for the relief of the and orphans of naval Lord CASTLEREAGH gave notice that tornor j row he should move the Thanks of the Hniei lo the Army employed on the ixdiiction of On the motion of Lord the Hoase then resolved lUelf into a Committee of j the whole House on the Local Militia Bill in the j A desultory conversation took place on several of the iowhich Sir Lord look a j Tlie House having WHAUTONI brought the which was and ordered to be taken into further consideratieu on Monday The SECRETARY at WARbrought up ni ac count of the halfpay as ordered by the to he on the table and be WHARTON brought up a Bill for correct ing abuses in public ofiices in which was read a and ordered for the second reading on Wednesday The Scotch Records Bill was and ordered to be read the third time on Tle House in Committee on the Irish Spirits went through the different when the Report vas brought aud ordered to bt e 40th OJA iating wo on ail occiuioiis merits u of Brigad ny entire I havi tuj honour ta nt Iirn intu tjrjr iir Eftcitnic ffn f t f tolrn Pirjf f Fiivcl fcr y t find Its The tbc Iu FKrrenHtr nrisunors uiiitiit or Guards to iind ruLUiii to tafir ilcmestkuccHiia Art piupcit of u hcv fv ail cr liiis to ami jecplc to tin rvcs in to the nrdiri arl interi iiprivate uill he in rf ir u bis 1ora i lm alrcsuijy jjut s received Approved L V Si ia u in tic cominiivd To take oi town m the of hid Britannic I tiicrefore yon to surrender the forts and battenes to the tjOops iiiider ins being part of my Inctoifd is issued by the Commanders in This is unch you ai to capi tulale r bat tut dclaiitd touditiou tan only be ;